Tuesday, October 13, 2020
The Street Law, Inc. Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Ashok Regmi has been appointed the organization’s next Executive Director.
In this Education Week article, Street Law staff and educators discuss how they're overcoming the challenges of teaching the 2020 Election and if it's still worth it.
Wednesday, September 23, 2020
This initiative will recalibrate Street Law’s programs to ensure they are helping youth—particularly young people of color—attain the specific knowledge and skills they need to understand and protect their rights, engage deeply in discussions about contested public issues, and advocate effectively for reform.
Wednesday, September 2, 2020
We are excited to announce our first SCOTUS in the Classroom case of the school year: Torres v. Madrid. This timely case deals with excessive use of force by the police, qualified immunity, and the meaning of “seizure” in the Fourth Amendment.
As COVID-19 continues to impact our country, Street Law has found new and innovative ways of bringing much needed programming to communities in need.
Wednesday, August 5, 2020
The Supreme Court’s October 2019 Term was one for the ages. Regardless of one’s politics there were decisions to love (or at least like) and decisions to hate (or at least disapprove of).
The Daily Business Review discussed the role Street Law's Legal Diversity Pipeline program plays in law firms reexamining their firm's participation and investment in equity, diversity, and inclusion.
In 2019, Street Law increased its focus on DE&I by beginning work with a consultant who reviewed three of our programs.
We believe Black lives matter.
Lee Arbetman, executive director of Street Law, Inc., is retiring in December 2020 after more than 45 years with the organization.